The planetary lab ball mill has four ball mill jars installed on planet disk. When the planet disk rotates, the jar axis makes the planetary rotation in opposite directions and the balls in the jars grind and mix samples in high-speed movement. The product can smash and blend various products of different materials and granularity with dry or wet methods.
The smallest particle size it can mill down to is 0.1µm. However, the final fineness varies greatly with different materials. The actual grinding result depends on mill speed, ball size, material, and grinding time. You will be able to find the best combination after a couple of tries.
|Feed material type||soft, hard, brittle, fibrous - dry or wet|
|Capacity||4*100ml jar (20ml, 50ml jar available)|
|Max feeding material||Materials and media balls not exceed 2/3 of the jar capacity|
|Material feeding size||Soil material< 10mm, other materials< 3mm|
|Final fineness||Minimum 0.1 µm (depend on material)|
|Rotation speed||0-1100 rmp|
|Speed ratio (planet disk: ball mill jar )||1 : 2|
|Speed control||Frequency control, Stepless speed regulation|
|Electrical detail||AC110V/ 220V, 60 / 50Hz, 0.25KW|
|Machine size/ Packing size||502*300*298mm/ 610*370*370mm|
|Net weight/ Gross weight||30KG/ 38KG|
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